India’s Distribution Utilities Continue to Face Financial Challenges

Distribution utilities are simply not able to sustain current pricing regime and pay power suppliers on time. Only recently, Delhi’s distribution utilities raised power tariff by 22% to make ends meet.

NTPC gets tough with Haryana utilities on pending payments « Panchabuta – Cleantech & Renewable Energy in India

The big fear in the power sector is that a default on payment by one utility could set off a cascading effect.

Smart business-owners see the writing on the wall. They are beginning to invest in on-site supplies to shield themselves from spiraling utility bills and secure access to captive power at minimal on-going costs for 20 years.

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